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    February 7, 2013
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evidence that was found this afternoon. eric? >> reporter: right. they found his truck but still the most pressing question right now is where is chris dorner, we are hearing reports that authorities found fresh traction in the snow that they are looking into near big bear. he has killed three people, including one officer and it is happening after he posted a chilling 20 page manifesto. >> reporter: a burned out pick up in big bear in southern california belonged to chris dorner. police say the former los angeles police department officer rampage continued this morning when he ambushed two police officers, killing one of them. >> a vehicle pulled up next to them and the driver of that vehicle fired multiple rounds from a rifle. >> reporter: another officer was crazed in a shoot out with
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chris dorner. in a manifesto he wrote i will bring unconventional warfare to those in los angeles police department uniform on or off duty. he was fired fired for making false statements when he accused a fellow officer of kicking a suspect. on sunday chris dorner killed a couple in urviver, including -- irvine, including an officer's daughter. chris dorner imp limited himself when he -- implicated himself. he said this sanecessary eveil i -- this is a necessary evil i do not enjoy. the department was so on edge officers on the look out this morning opened fire on a pick up, injuring two people who were not involved. >> tragically we believe this was a case of mistaken identity
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by the officers. >> reporter: now among those mentioned in chris dorner's manifesto is bill bratton who is now a consultant for the oakland police department. we are putting together what he said it say about bratton for 530 and if anything breaks we will have it for you live. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the search for chris dorner has lead to a naval facility in southern california being put on lock down. s.w.a.t. teams swarmed over point loma today. officials say chris dorner staid in a hotel on the base on tuesday night. they say chris dorner left the navy and may have military identity. officials do not believe chris dorner is still on the base but say that facility will remain locked down till he is caught. >> law enforcement is using a key tool to alert the public about the man hunt for chris
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dorner. it is called a bluelert. ktvu's rob roth -- blue alert. ktvu's rob roth has more. for the california highway patrol and law enforcement the blue alert is still active as the man hunt continues. >> reporter: if you were driving on freeways this morning you may have seen signs like this which the chp call as bluelert. it urged anyone -- blue alert it urged anyone who saw the truck to call authorities. the california highway patrol allowed us to ride with them. each has a picture of chris dorner and his truck incase he was headed this way from southern california. >> if we run across a vehicle. >> reporter: the blue alert is similar to a amber alert.
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the alert growsitute law enforcement and the -- goes out to law enforcement and the public and the media. >> we have a lot of motorists who read the signs, listen to the news. >> reporter: another reason, the public could be in danger. >> this individual has shown a high propensity for violence and shooting and killing law enforcement personnel. so that is a public safety threat. if he would shoot uniform law enforcement he may also shoot innocent civilians. >> reporter: this is the third time the california highway patrol issued a blue alert in two years. rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the bluelert asks -- blue alert asks the public to be on alert. chris dorner is 33 years old, african american. 6 feet tall, 270 pounds. the california highway patrol says he is armed and dangerous.
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as we told you, eric rasmussen is monitoring the story. should anything break he will bring it to us and we are posting updates on www.ktvu.com. this morning light rain hit the bay area and just like our chief meteorologist bill martin said it passed through quickly but bill, it is not over just yet? >> that's right. more showers in the forecast, a thunder shower and a snow flurry. here is the system this morning. it made a mess of the community. rainfall accumulations not that impressive. i would expect a good storm would bring half inch, so that did not happen. here is what i am tracking right now. live radar too. showers up here now. near the santa rosa area.
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showers are moving in this direction, heading south. south towards morgan hill, gilroy. this area here, i didn't get records of thunder or lightning but it has been creating rain issues for gilroy and morgan hill. as we get into the next couple hours the main mechanism, the low works its way down over the bay area and as it does we will see a chance of thunderstorms. when i come back we will talk about that. see you here. you can get weather updates anytime go to www.ktvu.com and click on the link at the top of the page and we post the forecast and any alerts on twitter and facebook. a man whose family was attacked is showing us the damage done by the shooting. ktvu's john sasaki is live with the story he told and why he feared his whole family was
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going to be killed. john? >> reporter: you can see behind me the force that was used to start this home invasion. a shoe print where they kicked in the door. the family showed us the damage. >> actually bullet is still in there. >> reporter: he took us around the home where hours earlier when two gunman burst in. >> i am shaken up. my brother just got shot, my mom got shot. >> reporter: he was at work but his brother and mother and his sister were all shot by the invaders. >> they were all carrying guns. and basically the intention was to kill everybody in the family. they didn't take nothing. >> reporter: it was this morning when they broke into the home near highway 37. the brother was shot in the face and most seriously injured. the mother was shot in the hip
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and sister grazed in the finger. >> my mom is okay but i worry about my brother a lot because the hospital, doctor said he will be in for a while. >> reporter: police don't know what prompted the attack. >> there is nothing to indicate this was targeted. there are no indications of that so we are treating it as a random act. >> the gunman are described as one latino man and one african american man in their 20s. they are still on the loose after this random crime. live, john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. happening now, community activists are marching through san francisco's mission district in support of the student arrested last month. these are live pictures. two dozen protesters. they say officers beat him during the arrest. they are headed to the police
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station. by standards took this video on the right hand side of the screen. officers struggling with clark. police officials responded to the allegations today sayingclerk had just assault -- saying clark had just assaulted someone. as they tried to detain him he refused to stop and walked away. we spoke with the sergeant, he continued to resist the officers and the officers engaged in a struggle with him on the ground and they have reviewed the video and they haven't seen anything unreasonable with what the officers did. officers asked him if he was injured or wanted medical attention, they said he said no. officers sited him and released him. we will keep news chopper two above the scene. the investigators are looking for the cause of a house fire in san jose. it started at 1:30 a.m.
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south of 880. a neighbor shot this cell phone video as the flames gutted the house. firefighters had to back off when the roof collapsed and one neighbor thought his house was burning. >> firefighters were spraying water on top of my house to keep embers off. there was like 5 fire instruction. i grabbed my baby and ran. >> firefighters say the home was empty after renters moved out and owners were planning to renovate it. san jose police continue to search for a suspect who stole a police van and dumped it a mile away. officers say they picked up the man on a probation violation and linked two sets of handcuffs because he is so large and he moved to the driver's seat and took off.
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he weighs about 250 to 275 pounds and last seen wearing black pants and wearing a gray shirt. an investigation into the cause of a fire today that destroyed a contra costa county home. the fire broke out about 8:45 a.m. in contra costa county. when firefighters arrived the house was in flames. the homeowner was inside when the fire started but escaped without injury. investigators say the fire started in a back bedroom and appears to be caused by accident. the district attorney took steps to beef up the battle against human trafficking. in a ceremony at the youth center george gascon signed a memorandum of understanding to support victims. authorities say it is important for victims to know they won't be treated as criminalsinals and they set up a hot line for
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victims. >> they will have a safe place where they could come to and they will have the district attorney's victim services and their ability to go after the trafficker. >> george gascon signed the agreement with three organizations. youth services and the youth justice institute. the city of san jose writ an memo recommending the city okay a private airport for google executives that belongs to mineta san jose international airport. he said the city should accept the bid to build the facility. it could generate $3 million a year and it would create construction jobs on the project and on its daily operations. could san francisco giants relief pitcher play for the
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giants again? bruce bochy answered several questions yesterday. he is recovering from his second tommy john surgery. he emphasized that the gm decides which players to sign and he can't say wilson will be back but he also said the door is closed on his return either. wilson most likely won't be signed till he proves he regained his arm strength. a big new bridge deserve as big opening dash. question is, is it worth 5.5 million dollars? what we get, who pays what, still ahead. >> and in 20 minutes, how that sound of gunfire became the linchpin to gun law reform today at the state capital. mom, i invited justin over for lunch.
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the the toll authority. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar joins us live with who is paying for what, tom. >> reporter: it is going to take $5.5 million of toll payer money for a stroll up there at summer's end. >> reporter: in 1987 when the they expected 50,000, 800,000 showed up. come labor day pedestrians will be able to get up on the new span for a 2 hour 5-mile oakland to san francisco walk returning by bart. budget $5.5 million. >> buses, barricades, bath rooms and bodies. private security. emt. volunteers needed. >> reporter: 15,000 people per hour, 200,000 in all will allow walkers a safe environment.
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>> it will be a timed access event. and they will have to register online. >> reporter: public opinions vary. >> i would like to get up there. i would go. >> yes, i agree with that. >> reporter: why? >> exactly for the same thing, you know, good to see what is being done. >> way too much money. there is other areas we need to spend our money on. >> reporter: other events like a cycle crossing, foot races and a fire works spectacular, they are another matter. >> that is within the private sector. and public funds won't be used to fund that. >> reporter: as plans develop you can count on the fact we will keep you informed. consumer editor tom vacar ktvu channel 2 news. does reading e-mails and
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answering calls on your cell phone after hours constitute work? a lawsuit making its way in chicago says you bet it does. a police officer claims in the lawsuit the city owes him and police officers over time pay for work performed on department issued cell phone. if the plaintiffs win it could mean millions in back pay. the city says its policy instructs officers to ask for over time and many e-mails were not urgent. authorities identified a woman killed in oakland. we showed you this surveillance video of the crash on monday. a stolen jeep, you see it there, smashed into a car in oakland and flipped. and just missed a person who was standing all on the sidewalk. the driver of the stolen car and another person hurt.
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today they identified the woman as a 24-year-old. police haven't said where the woman lived. mother who lied to police about someone trying to snatch her child is facing a criminal charge. she turned herself in to police on monday. she is facing falsely reporting a crime. she admitted the story about someone trying to take her kid was a hoax. tonight she is free on bail. the california supreme court upheld the death penalty for a man convictedf murdering two -- convicted of murdering two women. corey williams was sentenced in the killings of maria corrieo and her daughter gina roberts. he and two other men were robbing them when he shot them. they rejected his argument. yoo-hoo is entering -- yahoo is entering into
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partnership with google. they will show marketing messages provided by google. yahoo struggled to attract more advertisers and it will get a cut of the money from the ads. it is an effort to increase revenue and expected to give advertisers more options. diablo valley college expects -- >> expects things to get back to normal after a power outage forced cancellation of classes today. they canceled 3 dozen classes. around 7:25 a.m. an operator hit a electrical line, that led to the cancellations of some classes. the rest of the campus operated as usual. blizzard of historic proportions is expected to hit tomorrow from maine to massachusetts to new york city. people are getting ready for
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the storm. they are lining up snowplows. forecasters say it could bring up to 2 feet of new snow. airlines canceled hundreds of flights. here at home in the bay area the storm is already effecting some flights. for aler canceled two -- oakland canceled two flights and mineta san jose international airport delayed one flight. >> sounds like they are going to get hammered. >> similar to hurricane sandy but the one thing missing is the hurricane. sandy was a nor'easter. the big story tomorrow is the snow and the weather. the big thing is the flight cancellations. it is friday, lots of folks are flying around and that will
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shut down. chicago and dallas, they are not effected by the storm but they will be by the flight delays. you can see what is happening. rain from the north. showers move in in the next 3-4 hours. and we will see scattered showers around the region. towards the south area there you can see that we have got some showers showing up down here by -- let me move it in close. gilroy area. those are going off pretty good. red areas, east of gilroy, you might -- you got a good cell there, that could be thunder. popping out. as we go into the next 2-3 hours we have a shot for thundershowers. slight chance and we have a good shot for snow on the bay area peaks. snow levels will be down below 3,000 feets. mount hamilton. snow level lower. that is what i said last night. the storm is a cooler storm. rainfall accumulations, i
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showed you, 10th of an inch. this was not a big deal storm at all as you know, the cooler air not producing a lot. now the cold air gets here. tomorrow morning frosty and cold. maybe snow on bay area peaks. the things you will notice tomorrow is rapid clearing. shower in the morning. 8:00 a.m., breezy and temperatures start off chilly. tomorrow it stays cool. get ready for a cool day tomorrow. tonight, a chance of a shower. maybe a thundershower, flurries on peaks. that is up there. that is interesting when you get snow levels below 3 how it feet in the bay area. clouds -- 3,000 feet in the bay area. clouds tomorrow. weekend very cold. it is cold air i am talking about. saturday morning and sunday morning and monday morning, it will be really cold. frosty, freeze advisories or
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frost advisories. your weekend is around the corner. i will run the model through so you can see when the showers started and end. we got them coming in the next few hours. on the hot seat, the latest grilling over the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. the response from the secretary of defense when he was accused of being unprepared. >> and things get heated during the head of the next head of the cia. the reason protesters disrupted it multiple times.
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the green light capital filed a lawsuit against apple. green light owned apple stock since 2010 and wants the company to share more capital. they have been trying to get them to create a new class of preferred stock. apple began baying a divend last year. the committee put another top government official on the hot seat over the deadly attacks on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> what is clear the united states is unprepared for what occurred in benghazi. >> i believe the department of defense and the armed forces did all we could do in the response to the attacks. >> u.s. defense secretary leon panetta insisted the government employed every asset to respond
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to the september 11 attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. cocoa krispies and three other -- cocoa krispies and -- chris tvens and three other -- chris stevens and three others were killed. >> u.s. defense secretary leon panetta confirmed for the first time the pentagon supported providing arms to opposition groups in syria. president obama decided not to arm the rebels and that he supported that decision. johnjury room -- john mccain said the president should have followed the advice. a hearing took place today for president obama's nominee to be the next director of the cia. it was interrupted several times by demonstrators. they demanded lawmakers st
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the drone program. he is believed to play a leading role in the drone program. we are going to find him. you can't have this many people looking for you and not be found. >> we are monitoring the police hunt for chris dorner who is wanted for killing three people, including police officer. >> as promised, democrats unveiled a long list of gun control bills. hear how a bay area city played a key role in the announcement.
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take a step forward... and chase what matters. complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> statewide search is on for this man. three people are gunned down and a promise of more violence.
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we continue our coverage. chris dorner accused of going on a deadly rampage. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with the bay area link you discovered. >> reporter: right now we are watching a news conference that is about to begin and hope to get additional details. as far as the bay area connection, among those named in chris dorner's manifesto is former los angeles police department chief bill bratton. chris dorner and bill bratton suppose for this picture. he served in the u.s. navy. while bill bratton doesn't remember much about him, he does -- chris dorner includes him in his threats. there will be an element of surprise where you work, live, eat and sleep.
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>> i don't recall him. i don't recall the specific set of circumstances for which i fired him or discharged him. >> reporter: now, cnn reports he mailed a coin given to him by bill bratton and read thanks but no thanks bill bratton. there is a news conference expected to begin any moment as the mun hunt continue -- man hunt continues in big beer. we will have an update at 6:00 p.m. live, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >> chris dorner posted a message to a number of big celebrities before he committed the murders. in the blog chris dorner posted good-bye messages to some of his favorite stars. tmz says it included tim tebow,
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ellen degeneres, charlie sheen. stay with ktvu channel 2 news for continuing coverage. eric is going back to his desk to watch the press conference that is just about to begin talking about the investigation and the search for chris dorner and potentially new developments. he will have an update in less than 30 minutes and on www.ktvu.com we have posted chris dorner's manifesto. you will also find more pictures of him, go to www.ktvu.com and click on the world news tab. the man who held a boy host fraga week in alabama was shot -- hostage for a week in alabama was shot. jimmy lee dykes. he says jimmy lee dykes thought he had multiple gun shot wounds. jimmy lee dykes' body is at a lab for an autopsy.
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hearing in washington, d.c. may lead to a new trial for the man convicted of killing an intern. they are reporting he was transported back to the washington, d.c. area from an alabama prison and attorneys are asking for a new trial. he was sentsanced to 60 days in pris -- sentenced to 60 days in prison. she was having an affair with her married boss and then a congressman. he was cleared but his career ruined. the hearings remain closed for now. breaking news. we want to take you to the press conference in southern california on the search for chris dorner. los >> we will continue the search and i also have with me assistant chief from the los angeles police department.
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>> thank you, sheriff. good evening. this complex and violent investigation led to this mountain. joining the sheriff and the sheriff's department, the los angeles police department, river side, and other -- riverside and others. we are committed to working with them in apprehending this individual. thank you. >> thank you. we have been in communication with our board of supervisors. they are committed to making sure we have the resources to continue this investigation as long as we need to. representing the third district of the county, this area, the supervisor. >> thank you, sheriff. on behalf of san bernardino
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county our hearts and prayers go out to the victims. we are here to take sure he has the resources that he needs to make sure the job is done. we are here to commit and to make sure we stand with the sheriff. >> thank you, supervisor. >> that is all we have. if there are questions i will take a couple before i have to go. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> what i said is that we didn't find the suspect. we found traction but they did not -- tracks but they did not lead to the suspect. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> i am not providing additional information. >> reporter: bid they go to the residential area? >> no, sir. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> yes, sir. >> reporter: how far did the track leads you? >> i don't have that information at this point. >> reporter: is the search
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growing to continue throughout -- going to continue throughout the night. >> we will continue as long as we can weather permitting. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> it doesn't effect the dogs. we have dogs with us tonight. the snow on the ground gives us a good idea where the tracks are going and it doesn't effect the dogs at this point. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> what you have been listening to is a press conference in the big bear area in southern california. chris dorner, the former los angeles police department accused of killing three people. his truck was found this afternoon and what they said during the press conference, they have found some tracks leading away from the truck. but at this point they haven't found chris dorner. it is implied they think he may still be in the area and that tonight is where the search is focusing. we are continuing to follow this as we get more information we will bring it to you.
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the headline, they haven't found chris dorner, they have found his truck and some tracks leading away from his truck. lawmakers in sacramento unveiled the most sweeping gun control measures. ktvu's ken pritchett was there as they promised to close gun loopholes. ken? >> reporter: frank, we did hear a dramatic demonstration of the kind of magazines they are trying to get off the street. that came out of the city of richmond. >> reporter: it is typical to see high powered weapons on display but today richmond police chief played a recording from the shot spotter system on what it sounds like on a city
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street at night. >> i live a mile away. >> reporter: police chiefs and mayors joined lawmakers as they announced new gun laws. >> the time is now to close those loopholes in the circulation, in the regulation and education relating to guns and gun ownership. >> reporter: among the legislation a ban on detachable rifle clips, closing a magazine loophole and requiring background check on ammunition sales. >> just another way sacramento functions. we see something fashional and we get on board. -- fashionable and we get on board. >> reporter: democrats say they want california to have the toughest laws in the nation. >> the problem is, though, we really need to ask congress to act. >> reporter: democrats say they want the bills to move through quickly. republicans believe they will
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have a hard time getting them passed. in sacramento, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. lawmakers put aside their differences today, we will tell you about new legislation entired by the connecticut -- inspired by the connecticut shooting. stay with us. you can't move the tv there.
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u.s. lawmakers launched a new effort to provide money for mental health. they introduced the excellence in mental health act. it would provide a billion dollars for mental health centers, crisis hot lines and improved mental health care for patients. >> it is just like heart disease, like diabetes, you treat it. it is treatable. it is a medical condition. quit making it something it is not. something to be feared. >> the senators say the shooting tragedy in connecticut inspired them to back that mental health bill. the job site monster.com reported a loss of $73 million. that compares with a $10.9 million profit a year earlier. they announce they got out of their business in some
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countries. they have been hurt over the last several years by a weak job market. today's first round was beautiful weather and everyone cooperated including the celebrities of the at&t pro am. we will have a live report. >> i am tracking showers moving in to the bay, how they will impact you tonight and perhaps for your friday morning commute.
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. so this could be the only time we will bring you a story
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about states attorney general kamala harris and bill murray at the at&t pebble beach national pro-am. ktvu's fred inglis is live with what happened between those too and how aaron rodgers faired today. >> reporter: i am literally stand thong t box of the 18th hold of pebble beach. it was a beautiful day today. this usually doesn't have as much excitement. but today there were plenty of celebrities of all kinds. >> reporter: states attorney general kamala harris made her at&t pebble beach national pro- am debut today. she is one of two females in the tournament. >> somebody asked me how did it compare to diplomacy. well, i know how to do diplomacy. it was fun. >> i think he will be happier playing golf than in that job. too much pressure.
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got to relax playing golf. >> reporter: most celebrities like bill murray know fans come to see more than golf. murray plays volunteer marshall today. >> you. [ laughter ] >> reporter: aaron rodgers blames his golf game on his main job. quarterbacking the green bay packers. >> reporter: what is your handicap? >> 15. but there are only going to be six pops. this is a great event. honor the be asked back. blad to be here -- glad to be here. >> reporter: what did you think about the super bowl? >> great game. great game. ravens had the magical season. great game. >> reporter: thank you. states attorney general kamala harris confirmed today she is back, hit a spectator with a golf ball but as they say, just chalk it up to lateral damage.
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-- collateral damage. reporting live, fred inglis, ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco 11th grader is trying to raise awareness about a rare heart disease that could take the life of an athlete. he is sharing what he learned. it is a disorder that is identified by a thickening of the heart walls. it is also the number one cause of sudden cardiac arrest among young athletes. he learned more about his condition in the past year and had to give up sports because he was at risk. >> scary part is i had no system. i only found out because my dad had it. otherwise i would have never known. >> he produced a video about hcm and is handing out information at his school. he says it does not have to be life threatening if you
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identify the condition. investigators are closer to pinpointing what caused fires on board the boeing 787 dreamliners. the national transportation safety board shared more information. they took apart a battery that burst on board a flame in boston last month. it started in one of 8 cells. they are still looking for the cause of the fire. >> really, design, certification, manufacturing, these are all still on the table. we have lot of work to do. >> they are investigating why the tests did not expose the battery problem. the faa allowed a daltoned a -- dream liar to fly today without passengers. more now about our weather, rain came and just like that it was out of here. >> and now more is coming. showers, scattered showers
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right now. live storm tracker 2. see the motion. see how the showers are moving in off the coast. to the current time right here. and then we move in. showers by santa rosa. right now it is light showers. some is moderate. across run hundred 1. in this area, you have had showers. this is how it will go tonight. scattered showers in the forecast. maybe even a thundershower. the front went through. that was the rain we got. mid-morning thing. the low tracks east. as it tracks close to us, that is what we are seeing. spurs up activity and that activity comes off the water and could produce a thundershower, snow, 2500-foot or so, some peaks. and it will be widely scatters. everybody gets wet. it is clouds. this parts of the system is witely scattered stuff --
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widely scattered stuff. that is how it goes. tomorrow, clearing day. cool and breezy. might be a lingering morning shower as the low tracks off. friday, mountains, skiing, snow up there, nice weekend, more snow tomorrow. it favors the mountains. it will dump, 3, 5, 6, 7 inches of snow. eight p.m. tonight, computer model now. 11:00 p.m. tonight, strongest ban so far. slightly organized. might be a thunderstorm, around 11:00 p.m., or around 10:00 p.m. tomorrow morning, watch this, all gone. 7:00 a.m. friday afternoon. not a bad day. here is the forecast highs. here are the forecast highs. cooler because the cool air mass is moving in. cold tomorrow morning, saturday morning and sunday morning and
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monday morning it will be chilly. we will have temperatures in the upper 20s sunday morning. >> thank you. california u.s. is senators swallowed their pride and made good on their super bowl bet. the feast they served and the jab one senator couldn't help making about the 4th quarter calls. mom, i invited justin over for lunch.
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taken by a u.s. drone. they took control of that drone back in 2011. they believe the pictures are of kandahar in afghanistan and they said they could create their own. u.s. officials said it malfunctioned and crash. two senators may not be eating crow. today dianne feinstein and barbara boxer made off their super bowl bet after the 49ers lost to the ravens. they served up a feast to maryland senator barbara mikulsk. it included dungeness crab. wine and cheese and lots of bread. dianne feinstein and barbara boxer were gracious in their loss to a point. >> let me congratulate you. not only for winning but for
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making sure that your family members left the last quarter. >> if the 49ers won dianne feinstein and barbara boxer would have enjoyed crab cakes. lance armstrong is being sued. a company filed the lawsuit today. they are suing over the $12 million in bonuses they paid him for winning the tour de france. lance armstrong admitted to winning the tour de france. a police officer accused of killing three people has a bay area connection, coming up, we are going through the first interview with bill bratton -- with bill bratton. -- with former los angeles police department chief bill bratton.
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